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MR imaging of genitourinary emergencies

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There is a tutorial on 'MR imaging of unusual pelvic masses' from 3:30pm for Radiology registrars

MR imaging has a key role in investigation of unremitting loin pain and/or haematuria in pregnancy and can distinguish between physiological problems and calculous obstruction without the need for ionising radiation. Adnexal emergencies which can present as an acute abdomen include torsion, rupture and haemorrhage. These may result in puzzling appearances on CT examinations for ? ureteric colic or ? appendicitis. The imaging features and clinical utility will be described.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Radiology Forum series.

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